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SaaS Lawyer Andrew S. Bosin in New Jersey drafts flat fee, low-cost SaaS contracts and SaaS subscription, MSA, sales, customer, licensing, and reseller agreements all across the US. Please call Andrew for a free consultation at 201-446-9643.


Andrew is an experienced and dedicated SaaS start-up attorney, SaaS entrepreneur, and small business lawyer who believes legal counsel for early-stage companies should be affordable and accessible for all business owners both in New Jersey and across the US.

Andrew does everything for your SaaS company from Delaware business entity formation, drafting restricted shareholder agreements, and IP assignment agreements to making sure that all of your SaaS startup contracts and website legal agreements for startup companies, vendors, and customers are in place. Andrew also takes the time to make sure you understand how to use aggregated customer data that has been anonymized.


One of the reasons why SaaS companies all over the US hire Andrew as their company's SaaS Attorney is because he understands from his own entrepreneurial experiences in building two SaaS startups how to launch and grow a web-based business from idea to product to marketing to closing deals with enterprise customers. Andrew walks the walk of an entrepreneur because he has performed every business and legal function that could be done in building two Delaware SaaS startups.


Besides doing great legal work at a fair price for his clients one of the other reasons why clients use Andrew's law firm over and over again is the personal attention and service they receive. Simply text Andrew and he will message you back within minutes. You would be hard-pressed to find a SaaS lawyer working for a big law firm that offers this level of personal service.



Andrew offers a $3,500 low-cost, flat fee SaaS Template Agreement Package for SaaS Startups and vendors which includes a Customer Subscription Agreement, website terms and conditions, privacy policy, and an NDA.

For an additional $1,500 Andrew can draft a Privacy Policy and Data Processing Addendum for compliance with California’s Privacy Law and the EU GDPR.

Andrew can also draft a Business Associate Agreement if you are a SaaS healthcare startup company and need to comply with HIPAA.

Andrew represents SaaS startups, vendors, and companies located or doing business in Boston, Connecticut, New York City, Washington DC, Atlanta, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Nashville, Indianapolis, Columbus, Ohio, Chicago, Austin, Houston, Cleveland, Oklahoma City, Jacksonville, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Providence, Hartford, Louisville, Memphis, Richmond, Northern Virginia, Milwaukee, San Antonio, Denver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Jose, CA, Silicon Valley and Las Vegas.

Andrew can be reached for a free consultation at 201-446-9643.



Legal cases (and even just the language) can be complicated and intimidating. Andrew will guide you through every step of your project, keeping you right up to date, making sure you understand exactly what is going on, and advising you on every decision that needs to be made.


SaaS refers to a software delivery model where applications are hosted on a central server and made available to customers over the Internet.


A SaaS attorney has a deep understanding of the legal and regulatory challenges specific to SaaS businesses and guides both SaaS providers and customers.

Here are some main areas of focus for a SaaS lawyer:

  1. Contract Drafting and Review: SaaS lawyers help prepare and review contracts between SaaS providers and their customers. These contracts include terms and conditions, service level agreements (SLAs), data protection clauses, intellectual property rights, liability limitations, and termination provisions. They ensure that the contracts protect the interests of their clients while complying with relevant laws and regulations.

  2. Compliance and Regulatory Issues: SaaS lawyers stay up to date with the evolving legal landscape and advise SaaS companies on compliance with industry-specific regulations, such as data protection and privacy laws (e.g., GDPR, CCPA), cybersecurity requirements, and industry-specific standards. They help develop compliance programs, conduct audits, and ensure that SaaS providers are meeting their legal obligations.

  3. Intellectual Property (IP) Protection: SaaS businesses often rely on intellectual property, such as software code, algorithms, trademarks, and copyrights. SaaS lawyers assist in protecting and enforcing these IP rights, including filing trademark registrations, drafting licensing agreements, and advising on copyright infringement issues.

  4. Data Privacy and Security: SaaS lawyers guide their clients on best practices for data privacy and security. They help draft privacy policies, and data processing agreements, and ensure compliance with applicable data protection laws. They also assist in handling data breaches and developing incident response plans.

  5. Mergers and Acquisitions: In the event of mergers, acquisitions, or investments involving SaaS companies, SaaS lawyers play a crucial role in conducting due diligence, drafting and negotiating transaction agreements, and addressing any legal issues that may arise during the process.

  6. Licensing and Distribution: SaaS lawyers help negotiate and draft software licensing and distribution agreements. They ensure that these agreements establish the rights and obligations of the parties involved and provide adequate protection for the SaaS provider's software.

Experienced SaaS Contracts Attorney drafting smart SaaS Agreements Andrew S. Bosin is a leading Tech Startup Law Firm located in New Jersey offering affordable, low-cost SaaS Startup Legal Fees Packages helping SaaS companies across the US. Please call Andrew for a free consultation at 201-446-9643.


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